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I've been throwing Valks about the last two months of last season, and all of this season so far. Before that I had only been using a leopard which I still love as a fairway driver but needed some more distance. The valk was the definately the right choice at the time as it gave me a good 75ft over my leopard the first time I threw it.

Recently though I had been turning over my valks a lot. I had two at that point a 150g champion(my favorite disc in the past), and a 166 star. Someone recommended that I move up to a wraith if I was turning over my valks because it was more stable so I bought a 168g pro wraith. I love that disc I just don't think I have quite enough power to throw it properly.

I have had a few pretty good throws with it the furthest of which flew about 10-15ft past the opposite goal post at the football field where I practice throwing. It doesn't have lines on it so I have to estimate but my conservitive setimate from goal to goal is about 340ft. It might be more like 360ft if the posts are supposed to be at the back of the end zones but I assumed them to be put in the middle. Long story short I was amazed because my valks usually fell about 20ft from the goal post.

So the wraith was my new favorite driver... for about a week. I was throwing my valks flat before, and during one practice round I accidentally put a little hyzer on my 166g star valk and it fliped to flat and parked itself right under the other goal post. I now know that this is called a hyzer flip and that I was a total idiot not to know what it was. The thing that surprizes me most is that I can do it consistently on every throw.

Now here is where the fun begins. I just recieved in my set of glow innova discs all at 175g a valk, roc, and aviar. well I threw the glow roc and it fell about 20ft short of the goal! You can visibly see that the glow roc has way more glide than either my dx, or KC pro rocs. Then I threw the glow valkyrie! HOLY CRAP! I can throw it so far! One of my drives with that disc scored a field goal and kept sailing about 80ft past and over the walking path! I cant say enough about this glow plastic. Its gritty and grippy and you can just see that it gives discs SO much more glide!

Anyway, thats my little story. Hope you enjoyed.

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Good call... To each his own.... God knows I won't stop buying and trying all kinds of discs any time soon.

There really should be a support group for plastic addiction, I've never done heroine but I cant imagine it being much more addictive than this.
But 820ft? Thats increadible! And with all of innova's discs that are rated with more speed and glide, the aged valk holds up. Great disc that gets alot of flack. Id love to see somebody chuck the groove more than 600ft.
I'm sure in the right hands, at the right time, in the right conditions, there is someone who could do it. Don't find many other people that can throw a Valk 820', but someone did... just some food for thought.
All I know is that I'm hucking mine close to 350ft consistently and thats good enough for me.

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